All the Water in the World by George Ella Lyon, Katherine Tillotson
Water Dance by Thomas Locker
Make a shaving cream cloud in a glass of water and add blue dye. See http://www.hookedonscience.org as a reference.
Precious Water: A Book of Thanks by Brigitte Weninger, Anne Moller
A Drop of Water by Walter Wick
Rainsong Snowsong by Philemon Sturges
Simply put ice cubes in a glass or bowl to explore. Leave the melted ice in the bowl until it evaporates. You can then compare solid, liquid and gas states.
Blue Sky by Audrey Wood
Ducky’s Rainbow by Frances Barry
Elmer and the Rainbow by David McKee
Use a prism, mirror and water as in http://www.hometrainingtools.com/rainbows-young-science-explorers/a/1593/.
Feathers for Lunch by Lois Ehlert
Who is predator? Who is prey? Use picture pairs or 3-D animals.
Luck by Jean Craighead George
A simple migration map, as well as a list of other animals that migrate, can be found at http://www.enchantedlearning.com/coloring/migrate.shtml.
What is Science? by Rebecca Kai Dotlich
From Sandy W.:
It’s a picture book (that is) a really good intro for young kids on the concept. It’s an older title but perfect for this summer (Fizz! Boom! Read!). I may use it for school visits.